Translation of corpulence in Spanish:

corpulence

corpulencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkɔrpjələns//ˈkɔːpjʊləns/

noun

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    corpulencia feminine
    • It is common for men of the most unwieldy corpulence to crowd themselves into a chair, and demand to be carried for a shilling as far as an airy young lady whom we scarcely feel upon our poles.
    • The surreal corpulence of the boy is a distraction, and when we watch him steal the only pieces of meat from his uncomprehending blind stepsister's rice bowl we are reminded not of Chaplin but of Fellini.
    • Obesity, especially among children, is to be discouraged, but we mustn't get to a point where corpulence is automatically frowned upon.
    • Glasgow and Edinburgh have emerged as the UK's twin capitals of corpulence in a national guide to unhealthy living.
    • Although still a bit on the thin side, Eric was not one to let his body waste into corpulence, as his Father seemed content to be doing in his later years.